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MAERSK, INC., A LEADING INTER.
NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION COM-
PANY is interviewing on-campus October
13, 1995. Seeking College Graduates, as of
May'96, for our International Transportation
Training Program. Open to all Business &
Liberal Arts Majors. Must be willing to relo-
cate in the U.S. & spend 1 year working
abroad. Job to start July '96. Submit resume
to Career Planning & Placement by Septem-
ber 13, 1995.
MANAGER FOR UNIVERSITY of
Michigan fraternity. Full or part-time.
Responsible for operations and facilities
mgmt., member financial accounts, special
projects. Single room and monthly stipend.
Contact Mark Wayne 810/258-0888. or fax
MEMBER SERVICE REP. at YMCA. Cus-
tomer Service oriented position-not clerical.
Person must be outgoing. Several shifts
available immediately. Apply at the YMCA.
350 S. Fifth.
Difco Laboratories, Inc. is
currently seeking individuals
interested in a part-time shipping
clerk/lab assistant position at our
Research and Development
Center in Ann Arbor.
This position requires 20 hours
per week during late morning and
afternoon hours. The individual
will be responsible for packing
and shipping sales orders,
maintaining inventory levels of
products, packaging and shipping
supplies, general clerical duties
and assisting in the laboratory.
The successful candidate should
have knowledge of outside
delivery systems and good work,
organizational and communica-
If you are interested in this
position, please send your resume
in confidence to: Difco Laborato-
ries, Incl., ATTN:HR: P.O. Box
331058; Detroit, MI 48232-7058
or FAX to 313-462-8824.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
MESSENGERS (2) deliver campus mail on
designated route & other misc. duties. Prefer
UM student. Must b familiar with campus &
have valid drivers licenses. $6.75/hr. 20 hrs.
8.12 or 1-5, M-F. Call JoAnne at 764-7230.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now hiring for
Fall Term '95. $6/hr. for talking on the
phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with Alumni, raise money, build your resume
& interpersonal communication skills. Stop
by 611 Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for
MONAHAN'S SEAFOOD seeking counter
help. Must love fish and people. Full or part
time. Male/Fem. apply at the market. 407 N.
5th ave. in Kerrytown.
NORMAL HEALTHY MEN/WOMEN
ages 22-30, approximately 170 lbs. or less,
right handed, normal or corrected vision,
needed for PET studies of brain blood flow.
Study time (4 sessions) totals about 7 hrs.
Compensation is $160. Call Anna at 764-
2280 on weekdays.
OUTBACK STEAK HOUSE is now hiring STUDENTS WANTED to hand out flyers
hostesses, buspersons, & all kitchen between classes for fall term. $5 per assign-
personnel. Great $ and evening hrs. 3173 ment (approx. 25 min.). Flexible schedule.
Oak Valley Drive. Ann Arbor. 662-7400. 668-7172 days, 213-2874 eves.
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any real decline, I'm concerned that's a factor in the decline."
For the first time, U.S. News also ranked undergraduate
business and engineering programs in its report.
The University captured the No. 3 spot for both programs.
The School of Engineering tied with seven other universities
for the engineering rank, based on an academic reputation
survey ofdeans and
administrators. The . Top 25 Schools
whichtiedwithfour Following are this year's top 25
other universities colleges and universities, as
OVERTURE AUDIO is looking for a long
term part-time salesperson. Call TJ or Keith
at 662-1812 for details.
PARENT NEEDING mature grad student,
pref. fem., to watch house & teenage
daughter for occasional business trips. 994-
0705 after 6 p.m.
PART TIME SECRETARY. Hrs. Mon.-
Fri., 4-7 p.m. & Sat. momings. Must have
good people & organizational skills. Gym
PART TIME GYMNASTICS instructors.
Pre-school girls & boys classes. Must be
enthusiastic, reliable, have experience &
transportation. Gym America 971-1667.
PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS for evening
classes: swim (W.S.I./LG.T.), German,
crochet, flower arranging, wreath making.
Ann Arbor Schools Community Education &
Recreation. 994-2300 ext. 215 or 227. EOE.
PART-TIME HELP needed for campus area
business. $6/hr. to start. Flex. scheduling.
PART-TIME CLERICAL. Position re-
quires data entry, word processing, and
general office experience - incl. running
errands, answering phones, and
photocopying. 10-20 rs./wk. 6/hr. Send
resume to: M NET, 300 N. Ingalls 231, Ann
Arbor, MI 48109-0475.
PART-TIME OFFICE positions avail.
flexible hrs. Located at 2045 Hogback Rd.
Ann Arbor. Call 677-3400 for info.
PHOTO LAB TECH exp. mini lab tech. for
prof. color lab. Day/night shift avail. Full or
part-time w/ benefits. Contact Jeff or Andrew
@ Foto 1. 313/665-3686.
PRESCHOOL HELP. Love children,
cleaning, pets & yard work. P.M., eves. &
some Saturdays $6-8/hr. 769-2795.
PRODUCT SAFETY CONSULTING
FIRM seeks full time research assistant/
project coordinator for multi-task position in-
volving writing, editing, fact analysis,
product investigation and library research. In-
terest in law, experience with Mac Com-
puters and U of M Libraries a plus. Fax
resume to 313-973-0808.
RECEP'IONIST: Experienced individual
needed as office admin. - Computer skills a
must - Send resume to Q Technology at
420303Koppernick #320, Canton 48187 or
Expanding company looking to fill
ul-time and part-time positions.
Positive attitude a must.
Flexible hours available.
RESORT JOBS Students Needed! Earn up
to $12/hr. + tips. Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas,
+ more. Destinations include Florida, Hawaii,
Colorado, & So. California. Call Resort
Employment Services 206/632-0150 ext.
SALAD DAYS: looking for energetic
hardworking help. Full-time, part-time
delivery. Apply: comer of State & William.
SCHOOL AGE CHILD care. Part-time
position in local school. 2-6 p.m. Call Diane
SCOREKEEPERS IS currently hiring
cooks, waitstaff & floormen. Apply within.
Any questions call at 995-0581.
SECURITY GUARDS- 8-40 hrs./week
avail. Good driving record is a plus. Flex.
work schedule, advancement opportunities,
on-the-job paid training. Apply 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 525 Church St. 668-0444. EOE.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, O negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accep-
table donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, M 48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
are paid $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
SPANISH AND FRENCH teachers for
elementary grades 1-3 hrs./wk. $20-25/hr.
Must be fluent. Call Andrea 668-7181.
SPRING BREAK '96-Sell Trips, Earn Cash
& Go free!!! Student Travel Services is now
hiring campus representatives. Lowest rates
to Jamaica, Cancun, Daytona and Panama
City Beach. Call 1-800/648-4849.
STREET SMART. Have you always been
street smart instead of book smart? Our com-
pany seeks your talent. Call Debbie for info
STUDENT CUSTODIANS for Fall and
Winter 1995-96 terms are needed at Student
Publications. We are looking for students in
good physical condition for cleaning, lifting
and odd jobs. Students who are enthusiastic,
punctual and flexible will receive top
consideration. Good working conditions. Pay
$6.40 per hour. Must be available 8:15 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m. at least two days a week.Work
Studies welcome, but not required. Apply
now. Call 764-0550 or stop by room 210A
Student Publications, 420 Maynard Street.
STUDENTS WANTED TO PROMOTE
the most killer Spring Break trips on campus.
Earn high $$ commission and free trips!!
Must be outgoing and creative. Call
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for experiment about
leaming science. Study pays $15. For info.
call 747-4948, 9-5.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS w/ early
childhood exp. are welcome to apply for pre-
school & kindergarten teaching positions at
The Discovery Center, West A2. Call 663-
SUBWAY NORTH CAMPUS has lunch &
night shifts avail. Up to $6/hr. to start plus
profit sharing. Apply at 1701 Plymouth Rd.
SWIM INSTRUCTORS wanted for Satur-
day hours $9 per hour. Lifeguard and cashier
hours also, $5.50-$6.50. Start today! Call
994-2899. We are an equal opportunity
TEACHER & SITE supervisor for after
school care needed. $7-7.50/hr. Call Leslie
TEACHER AIDE & substitutes for infant &
preschool center. 11-2 Mon.-Fri. $5-7/hr.
Call Lynne 994-1150.
TEACHERS WANTED for progressive
Jewish Sun. morning school for classroom,
music, & Israeli dance. Call 665-5761 &
for the position, ranked by U.S. News and World'
trailed behind only Report magazine. Last year's ran
the Haas School of is in parentheses.
BusinessattheUni- 1 Harvard University (1)
versity of Califor- 2. Princeton University (2)
nia at Berkeley and Yale University (3)
the Wharton 4. Stanford University (5)
School of Business 5. Massachusetts Institute of
at the University of Technology (4)
Pennsylvania. 6. Duke University (6)
In the overall 7. California Institute of
best national uni- Technology(7 C
versity class, the Dartmouth College (8), u
University's rank 9. Brown University (11) u
in many of the spe- 10. Johns Hopkins University (22)cof a
c-i caeois 11. University of Chicago (10)
cfrom ater. University of Pennsylvarnia (2
rose from last year.U13. Cornell University (15)
The University Northwestern University (14)
ranked eighth in 15Columbia University (9)
academic reputa- 16. Rice University (12)'
tion, up one spot. 17, Emory University (16)
Although the 18. University of Notre Dame (19)
University ranks 19. University of Virginia,(17)
high in academic 20. WashingtonUniversity (20)
reputation,this as- 21. Georgetown University (25)
pect of the survey 22. Vanderbilt University (18)
accounts for only 23. Carnegie Mellon University (24
25 percent of the 24. University of Michigan at Ann
total ranking, said Arbor (21)
Robert Morse, di- 25. Tufts University (unranked)
rector of research
for the study. The remaining percent is based on the results
of a data survey from each school.
Morse said the University's overall ranking decline is not
significant."That is very small movement," he said. "Ifit
keeps falling, that would be significant. But it has been in the
low 20s for a while. It's pretty stable."
In other categories: The student/faculty ratio rose from 221
to 16:1 and the University ranked 26th for faculty resources, up
three points from last year's 29th rank. The University also
scored higher in student selectivity and retention rate.
THE OASIS HOTTUB GARDENS is cur-
rently looking for energetic and enthusiastic
individuals for our weekend and evening
front desk staff. Please apply in person at The
Oasis, 2301 S. State St.
TIOS NEEDS YOU! Cook & counter help.
Will train. Good wages excellent hours, a
nice place to work. Full or part time. 333 E.
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK Make
up to $25-45/hr. teaching basic conversa-
tional English in Japan, Taiwan, or S. Korea.
No teaching background or Asian languages
required. For information call: 206/632-1146
TYPIST, OFFICE & customer experience,
8-12 hrs./wk. 994-5515.
WANTED FUN outgoing individuals who
are interested in photographing social events
on campus. Photography experience a plus
but not mandatory. We rovide training &
equipment. Pay up to $9/hr. Please call
Jeremy at 677-3400
STEPHANIE GRACE LIM/Daily
Hundreds of students wait outside the Thompson Street
parking structure for their parking permits yesterday.
The University of Michigan
Department of Dermatology
is seeking volunteers ages
16-30 years to test a new
therapy for Acne.
Eligible participants will be
compensated $125 for their
time and effort.
For more information please
call (313) 936-4070
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m.
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NORMAL, HEALTHY men/women ages
18-30, approx. 170 lbs. or less, right-
handeed, normal vision (or contacts), needed
for PET studies of brain blood flow. Study
time (2 sessions) totals about 4 hrs. Compen-
sation is $100. Call Chris at 764-2280.
NOTETAKERS- Grad students needed fall
semester. Must produce clear, concise notes.
$12/lecture hour. 996-2386.
NOTETAKERS needed. Seniors and Grads.
S5-7ihour. Excellent part-time job. A pply at
Grade A Notes at Ulrich's Bookstore, Second
Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
OFFICE ASSISTANT for downtown Ann
Arbor Marketing Research firm. Min. 20 hrs./
wk., more if wanted. Position involves word
processing, presentation graphics, statistical
processing & general office duties. PC ex-
perience a must, Windows preferred, SPSS a
big plus! Send resume to:
Mark Kassof & % Co. 150S. Fifth Ave. Ann
Arbor, 48104. No calls please.
OFFICE ASST. (Work Study pref.)
Afternoons, $6/hr., 10-20 hrs./wk. Location:
ETP (near Campus Inn). Duties: run errands,
make deliveries, do mailings, xeroxing,
filing, etc. Libby, 998-7003.
Be an Account Executive for
The Michigan Daily Classifieds.
Call 764-0557 or stop by the
Student Publications Bldg.
at 420 Maynard for an application
jppications due' riday, 9/15
WORK FOR The Michigan Daily! Credit
staffer needed approximately 10 hours/week.
Can work around class schedule. If
interested, please contact Kern Rickert at
763-3246 for an interview.
WORK STUDY students are needed for
several office positions at Student
Publications. We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting with some or
all of mail, phones, filing, cash receipts,
library, database coordination, classified pas-
te up and advertising tear down. Various
hours available. Pay $5.40 to $6.25 per hour.
Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK STUDY OFFICE assistants. Learn
how research is funded at UM. Assist in
processing research grant proposals, word-
processing, filing, copying, addressing cam-
us mail. Some Mac exp. desired. Iirs. flex.
$6.75/hr. Call JoAnne at 764-7230.
WORK-STUDY students wanted to assist in
busy dialysis unit. Data entry, Filling &
various errands. Must have work-study
award. Computer experience desired. Call
Cathy at 936-4999.
WORK-STUDY. Med School office posi-
tions avail. now. Flex. hrs. Must have work-
study award. 764-6317.
WORK-STUDY POSITION in develop-
mental endocrinology lab. $7/hour, contact
ADORABLE GIRLS ages 6 months & 3.
Need exp. care-giver. Mon., Wed. 12:15-4:30
p.m. Tue. 3:45-7:45 p.m. Thur. 3-6:30 p.m.
Light house-keeping, car, ref. Good pay for
right person. 994-0949.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE for 1 child close
to central campus. Non-smkr. Ref. req. Tues.
p.m. off. $6/hr. neg. 995-1447.
AFTER SCHOOL child care needed for 10
& 13 yr. old 5 days per week, 1-3 hrs./day.
Must be good driver. Call 998-0643 after 7
AFTERNOON TEACHERS Aide needed
Mon.-Fri. 11:30-5:45. $6.50/hr. Day care ex-
perience necessary. Call Beth or Trudi at
AFTERNOON CHILD care for 3 children.
2:30 to 6:30. Two days a week. Previous
child care experience and references
required. Must be good driver. Car not
required. 741-8202, call between 6-8 p.m.
AFTERNOON CHILD care needed for 3 yr.
old in our home, Wed. & Fri. w/ occasional
weekends. N-smkr., references. 995-5688.
ANN ARBOR PRE-SCHOOL is looking
for loving, enthusiastic, dependable teachers
to fill - one co-teacher needed. Mon.-Fri.,
8:30-5 p.m.; one afternoon teacher needed,
Mon.-Fri., 12-5:30 p.m.; and substitutes. Ex-
perience pref. Call 69-0944 or 663-2126.
ATTENTIVE, enthusiastic, conscientious, n-
smkr. w/ car. Flex. hrs., sor.. day, evening,
& weekend work. Call 663-3223 before 6
BABYSIITER NEEDED for boy (5) & girl
(8). N-smkr., own car, at least 3 days/week
after school. Female pref., $6/hr. neg. Call
BABYSI'ITER NEEDED 3 or 4 afternoons
per week. Must drive, good pay. References.
BABYSITTER NEEDED after school in my
A2 home. 2 girls, ages 8 & 11. Mon.-Fri.
3:30-5:30 p.m. Must have own car. $75/wk.
Call Jill 482-4500 or 747-8748.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our-A2 home
two afternoons. Own transportation &
references required. Excellent pay! Call 761-
BABYSITT ER NEEDED 2 children, own
trans., references. 663-9429.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for happy, easy-
going 16 mo. old girl ASAP. Minor med.
needs. Nursing or special ed. majors pref.
(not req.) 3 days/wk., 6 hrs./day for 6-8
weeks (flex.). $7/hr. 747-9744.
BABYSITTER/DRIVER needed Mon. &
Wed. 3-4. Own car, salary neg. Call Elayne at
BABYSITI'ER-Wednesdays 3:30-6 p.m. for
3 children. Need car & ref. 971-2315.
BABYSITTER needed warm & experienced
non-smkr. for alternate Wed. eves, in our
Bums Park home to care for our 9 & 6 yr.
olds. Additional hrs. avail. Own trans. & ref.
Please call 769-2875.
BABYSITTING mother's Circle. Wed. 9:30
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. $5/hr. 120 State St.
Methodists Church. Marcia 944-0519.
BURNS PARK MOM looking for a de-
pendable daily morning sitter. 668-2552.
CAREGIVER for 9 mo. & 4 yr. olds in our
Dexter IHome Wed. & Fri. 2:30-6 p.m. Non-
smoker, exp., refs. 426-4959.
CHILD CAR E-2-3 afternoons per week plus
occasional full day. 3 yr. old. Own car, non-
CHILD CARE for 4-6 hrs./week for 11 mo.
CHILDREN(2) need alter scnool care. Car
required, non-smkr. Call Peggy, 426-4017
eves., 763-5358 days.
ENERGETIC, WARM, responsible person
needed to care for 1 yr. old boy Mon. & Wed.
afternoons, some Sat. eves. N-smkg., own
car, exp. & refs. required. Call 971-5768.
EXPERIENCED CHILD care providers
needed. Part-time Sept. 24-26 & Oct. 3-4 for
ages 1-8. Contact Shawn Simon @ Beth Is-
rael Congregation. 769-1651.
EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE non-smok-
ing babysitter (fem. pref.) needed to pick up
child from preschool. M-F, 5:00. Afterschool
daycare as well, varied hrs. Must have reli-
able car. Patty 665-5892.
EXPERIENCED PERSON TO CARE for
3 kids (4, 6, 8) Wed. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Near
campus, own car, references 994-4537.
HOME HELPER Mon. & Thur. aftemoons/
eves. Hours are flexible. Need it immediately.
Car is nec. $6/hr. Non-smoker. Please, call
INFANT NEEDS loving care giver. Full-
time, our home. References, own
MA'TURE NON-SMKR. Babysitting & light
housekeeping in my Saline home. 40-45 hrs./
week full or part-time. Exc. wages. Call after
5 p.m. 429-8175.
NEEDED: STUDENTS who really like
kids! Care for 2 girls ages 8 & 13, 2:30-6
p.m., Tues. & Thur. Car req. some cooking.
Exc. refs. a must. Call Jane 764-1376 days,
761-2051 eves. $7.50/hr.
OUR SCHOOL age children need you to
play with them in our afterschool program at
Gretchen's House Child care Center 1 mile
from cam pus. 3-5 days a week, 2:30-5:45.
Please call us at 761-2576. $6.48/hr.
PROFESSIONAL FAMILY seeks child
care for 4 children ages 7, 5, 3, & 1.
Qualifications include previous exp., CPR,
first aid, own car or on bus line. Irs. 3-9 p.m.
3-4 nights/wk. minimum 18 hrs. Assistance
needed immed. 998-0636.
RESPONSIBLE STUDENT needed to work
as mother's helper for adorable toddler once
or twice/wk. (half days). 973-3162.
UNIVERSITY FAMILY is looking for
companion/big sister for bright, funny, en-
gaging 7th grade girl. She likes the Beatles,
theater, school, piano & field hockey. 15
hours/week: after school pick-ups, simple
dinner preparations (2-3 evenings/week), sit-
ting for one weekday and one weekend
evening. Please call 994-4215.
WANTED: EXP. child care provider in our
home near campus for 20-30 hours/week.
References requested. 668-0327.
WARM, RELIABLE babysitter for bright
third-grade girl. Tuesdays, 5:15-8:15 p.m.
Need own car. 665-4719.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT,
volunteer or participate with a work study
grant at U of M's Pound House Children's
Center during Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.
Join hundreds of past students in a quality ex-
perience in working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and East University. Please call
764-2547 for more info. or to arrange a visit.
A~ tickets & travel
CHILDCARE PROVIDER & homemaker STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
needed part-time. Good car & refs. req. 663- Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
6125 Weekends or after 8 p.m. Weekdays. tinental voucher &9AMEX card. Arlene at
SSRegency '[ravel, 209 S. State 665-6122.
WANTED 2 GOOD SEASON TICKETS
for 1995 Football season. Will pay
reasonable price. 810/642-8700.
WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Euro-rail
HARD TO F~IND import & domestic CDs on
the worldwide web. Planet music http://
DO YOU WANT to be reunited or confront
a one night stand? You could be on a national
talk show! Call Stacy collect right away! 212/.
246-6813 or 212/582-1722 ext. 23.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
in private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
help. Call Student Financial Services: 1-800-
263-6495 ext. F55981.
I NEED A PARKING space on campusl
Price neg. Call Amanda 810/437-0199.
PARKING SPACE needed on Central Cam-
pus immediately. Call 434-1644.
SHEAR IMPACT hair salon now has a nail
technician. 548 Church St. 313/ 662-4232.
ZEN MEDITATION course, 5 Thur.
evenings, starts Sept 14. Yoga class, 6 Tues.
evenings, starts Sept 12. Meditation retreats
Oct. 5-8 & Oct. 27-28. Zen Buddhist Temple
NON-SMOKING, DOG loving roommlate
wanted. Female preferred. Call Tarb 668-
0075, or 663-3400.
ROOMMATE WANTED for double on
Greenwood St. Close to campus. $300/mo. +
util. Call Mike for info @ 994-5868.
A SWM, 30'S, TALL, educated, fit, seeks
one small Asian Indian or Hispanic woman
for coffee, conversation, companionship. Bo
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